SUNDAY TIMES KARACHI: The court asked the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to submit its investigation report against Jamali.

Later the court, deferred the hearing of the case for two weeks.

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB)  filed a reference in the case last year against Mr Jamali along with six other policemen for abusing their powers and alleged embezzlement in the funds of the police department.

Karachi’s Accountability court charge-sheeted former Inspector General of Sindh police Ghulam Hayder Jamali and six other accused in a corruption case in 2017.

NAB claims the recruitment were made for the posts of constables and computer operators, among others, which caused a loss of over Rs500 million to the national exchequer.

The indictment came in the corruption references filed by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in line with the directions of the Supreme Court of Pakistan that took action after allegations surfaced that nepotism and corruption was committed during Jamali’s tenure as IGP Sindh in recruiting hundreds of policemen.